Woodstock, Georgia has become a destination for the outdoor enthusiast, whether that includes picnicking with the family at beautiful Dupree Park, walking with your dog at Woofstock Park, or pedaling on the mountain bike trails at Olde Rope Mill Park. Woodstock is home to a number of parks and trail systems.
Woodstock is just east of Lake Allatoona, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake that is one of the most popular lakes in the country. Day passes and campsite rentals through the U.S. Army Corps gives access to the lake’s 270 miles of shoreline, parks and pavilions, campsites, convenient launching ramps for fishing, boating, sailing, canoeing, and kayaking. Cherokee County Recreation & Parks Agency maintains the following parks on Lake Allatoona:
- Lewis Park (Woodstock)
- Blankets Creek Bike Trails (Holly Springs)
- Cherokee Mills Park (Holly Springs)
- Fields Landing Park (Canton)
In addition to the above-mentioned Cherokee County parks, the Army Corps has the Victoria Day Use Area near Woodstock. Victoria Day Use Area has four boat ramp lanes, 15 picnic tables with grills and a beach area. Adjacent to the day use area is the Victoria Campground which provides more than 70 spacious reservable campsites near the dock and swimming beach. Fire rings, picnic areas, drinking water, flush toilets and showers are all provided, creating a comfortable camping experience for visitors. Camping, fishing, and swimming are the primary activities at the campground, but there are also picnic tables and a playground.
Lake Allatoona is part of the 163-mile Etowah River Water Trail.
Woodstock is bike friendly, both in town and on the trails nearby. Zagster bike rental stations are located throughout Woodstock, and the bike rental/share membership program is open to all, 18 years or older. The